The state and K.G. Urban Enterprises, a non-Indian developer, will likely oppose the tribe’s motion to intervene, The Boston Globe reported. Both parties have until September 19 to submit their response.
“We need to be sure our rights are protected,” Chairwoman Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, who attended a hearing in the case yesterday, told The New Bedford Standard-Times. “We’re the only ones looking out for or interests.”